Making Distributed User Interfaces Interruption-Resistant: A Model-Based Approach.

Year
2013
Type(s)
Author(s)
Albertos Marco, Félix and Penichet, Victor M. Ruiz and Gallud, José A.
Source
3rd Workshop on Distributed User Interfaces (DUI 2013) part of the 5th ACM SIGCHI Symposium on Engineering Interactive Computing Systems conference (EICS 2013), Jun 2013, London, United Kingdom. ISBN-13: 978-84-616-4792-7 . pp. 14-17.
Url
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01228726
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fact that traditional user interfaces run on the same computing platform in the same environment. This new interaction paradigm affects the way these novel systems are designed and developed. New features need to be taken into account from the very beginning of the development process and new models and tools need to be considered for the correct development of interactive systems based on DUIs. The starting point of this paper is that DUI-based systems are susceptible of being interrupted in several ways as they are dependent on connectivity. In this proposal this issue is assessed from a conceptual point of view, asking the question of what new features should be considered and how should they be included within the development process? The model-based approach presented provides developers with means to make DUIs resilient or resistant to interruptions.

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